Wells Fargo CEO Steps Down After Fake Account Scandal

John Stumpf, who led Wells Fargo through the financial crisis and built it into the world’s most valuable bank, stepped down as chief executive officer and chairman, bowing to public outcry over legions of accounts opened by his employees for customers who didn’t request them. Bloomberg's Dakin Campbell reports on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)

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